Some of Hull City’s players have taken to social media to react to the side’s first win of 2017, a 2-0 win over Swansea in the third round of the FA Cup.
Late goals from Abel Hernandez and Josh Tymon sealed the club’s passage into the fourth round.
Tymon was ecstatic with his stoppage time goal, the first of his promising career, after coming on as a substitute.
Twitter: What a win from the boys! Buzzing to score my first professional goal, couldn’t of gone any better finished with a longgg knee slide (@JoshuaTymon)
Midfielders David Meyler and Robert Snodgrass also complimented Tymon on his effort and were delighted with the club’s win.
Twitter: Great to get the win today and be in the next round of the cup. Congrats @JoshuaTymon on your 1st goal! #hcafc https://t.co/ErxsuZ2tfJ (@DavidMeyler7)
Twitter: Great result for us and well done young @JoshuaTymon on his goal (@robsnodgrass7)
Defender Andy Robertson was delighted with the side finally being able to keep a side from scoring against them. They claimed their first clean sheet for 141 days, when they last beat Swansea 2-0.
He also paid tribute to Hernandez scoring on his comeback from a two-month injury layoff.
Hull will have to wait until Monday evening to find out which club they will face in the next round that is due to take place on the final weekend of January.